|THE SHADOW TV SHOW - Carl T. Alletto|
Lamont Cranston, a psychiatrist on retainer to the police department, is asked to assist in the Case of the Cotton Kimono murder investigation.
Keywords: THE SHADOW; LAMONT CRANSTON; TV SHOW
Downloads: 3,165 (5 reviews)
|Ivanhoe: Freeing the Serfs (S1, E1)|
Ivanhoe is set in England during the 12th century reign of Richard the Lionheart, who had gone to fight in the crusades and failed to return. The ambitious and wicked Prince John takes over and seeks to strip the people of their rights and land. The dashing and heroic knight Ivanhoe, with his companions Gurth and Bart whom he had freed from servitude (from the evil Sir Maurice), attempted to right wrongs, secure justice, help those in need, and thwart John and his allies.A great British TV show ...
Keywords: action; adventure; roger moore; james bond; fun; itv; tv show; classic tv
Downloads: 1,001 (1 review)
|1953 Episode of ''Texaco Star Theatre'' with Gertrude Berg|
An interesting 1953 episode of Milton Berle's "Texaco Star Theatre" from 1953, with special guest star Gertrude Berg, playing her popular character "Molly Goldberg". Gertrude was in fact the first Jewish actress to have her own popular sitcom. This comedy-variety series aired on NBC Television Network. The picture quality is a little poor, but watchable.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 1950's; 50s; 50's; Fifties; Variety; Comedy; Milton Berle; Gertrude Berg; NBC; NBC Television Network; TV Show
Downloads: 5,499 (3 reviews)
|''Four Star Playhouse'' - My Wife Geraldine|
An unusual episode of "Four Star Playhouse", appearing here under the "Star Performance" syndication title. I believe this was the first episode of "Four Star Playhouse", and was originally telecast on 25 September 1952 on CBS. Per Wikipedia, during its original US telecast, this episode aired against "Chance of a Lifetime" on ABC, "Treasury Men in Action" on NBC, and "Broadway to Hollywood" on DuMont.
Keywords: Classic TV: Television; Early Television; 1950s; 1952; Anthology series; Anthology; TV show; Drama; Charles Boyer; Four Star Playhouse